09-07-2004 02:02 AM
"'onintr -;T0 path $planpath \!*;T1 start \!* $t2;onintr "
T0, T1, and t2 all are assigned value in intial declaration..
what I am interested to know is what does these commands do and especially
what does the "!*" serve as.. ?
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09-07-2004 02:22 AM
If - is specified, all interrupts are ignored.
The end of the line reset the interrupts-command
09-07-2004 02:56 AM
The code you have turns off interupts, runs the program specified by T0 passing parameter "path $planpath" followed by the arguments from the command line that launched the script, then the program specified by T1 is run passing argument "start" followed by the command line arguments again, followed by "$t2".
The onintr at the end resets the "on interupt flag".
-- Rod Hills